June 7, 2010 | Andy Boxall
The iPhone 4 is nearly here and keen buyers will not have to wait long to get their hands on one either, as it will be ready for pre-order on the 15th of June and on sale on the 24th. The initial rollout will be to:
The the following countries will join them in July:
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- South Korea
A further 24 countries will offer the iPhone 4 in August and another 44 in September, making this Apple’s fastest product rollout yet. As soon as we have the details on which countries will be added in August and September, we’ll update here.
Price-wise, in the USA the new iPhone 4 will be $199 for the 16GB version and $299 for the 32GB, both on a 24 month contract. AT&T will be offering any subscribers whose contract expires during 2010 the chance to upgrade now without any additional charges. The iPhone 3GS drops to $99 for the 8GB and as expected, the 3G has been discontinued.